Silksworth take on Prudhoe in the quarter-final of the Monkwearmouth Charity Cup on Saturday.
Colliery Welfare are looking for a win in their last game of 2016 as they look to progress through to the semi-finals in the cup.
First choice goalkeeper Joe Clayton is unavailable for selection, as is back up option Phil Smurthwaite, who is out with injury.
Manager Andy Stobbart says: “Normally we can call on Johnny Williamson but he’s on holiday. Therefore, I’m looking at a loan deal for this game and hopefully that will come to fruition.”
Club secretary David Steele says: “The team is in good form at the moment, back-to-back league wins against Ashbrooke and Darlington have seen us score eight goals in those two games and Steven Moody and Adam Storey are in rich, goal scoring mood.
Adam rejected an approach by Bedlington Terriers of the Northern League to stay with the club.”
Andrew Donnelly returns to the squad after being unavailable last week but that leaves Keiran Mitchell and Daley Clarke, who can’t make it through work and David Stephens who is still injured.